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Nestled in the flower-strewn heart of Petite France, this hotel is a harmonious blend of 250 years of history and contemporary design, combining clean lines, zesty colours and the occasional antique.
Minimalist chic best describes the rooms at this design-focused hotel, kitted out with hardwood floors and colour schemes ranging from space-age silver to chocolate cream. The skylit lounge bar serves tapas and fine wines.
Tucked away in a charming corner of Grande Île, this lemon-fronted hotel exudes Alsatian authenticity with its beams, chandeliers and traditional rooms decorated with solid wood furnishings. Often full.
Hotel Le Strasbourg
A five-minute stroll north of the main square, this tastefully converted 19th-century town house has large, bright and airy rooms. Free parking is a boon.
Hotel Royal Lutétia
A 10-minute stroll north of the centre, this recently revamped hotel has bright and spacious rooms with above-par perks such as flatscreen TVs and free wi-fi.
On the edge of the old town, this Logis de France hotel has classically elegant rooms as well as a pool, a sauna, a hammam and a fitness room. Breakfast sets you back an extra €12.
Hôtel De La Tour
Ensconced in a stylishly converted winery, this half-timbered hotel has quaint and comfy rooms, some with views of the Tour des Bouchers.
Hôtel De La Couronne
With its 16th-century tower and wisteria, this central choice is big on old-world character. Rooms are country-style with crisp floral fabrics, low oak beams and period furnishings; many have views over the rooftops to the hills beyond...
Le Kleber Hotel
So what will sweeten your dreams tonight? Pistachio, Pavlova or maybe Meringue? Highly original and supercentral, Le Kléber’s rooms are named and decorated after fruits, spices and other calorific treats – pick one to suit your taste.
Le Gouverneur Hotel
Overlooking a courtyard, this old-town hotel strikes perfect balance between half-timbered rusticity and contemporary comfort. Its petit rooms have a boutiquey feel, with bursts of vivid colour and art-slung walls...
Hôtel Du Dragon
Step through a tree-shaded courtyard and into the, ahhh…blissful calm of this bijou hotel. The dragon receives glowing reviews for its crisp interiors, attentive service and prime location near Petite France.
Originally a winegrower’s house in the heart of the old town, this hotel has 20 clean and modern rooms with wood furnishings.
Hôtel Du Rhin
Run by the same family since 1941, this two-star place has understated, almost timeless rooms, with coffered wooden doors, textured fabric walls and 1980s phones and TVs...
The dark, rustic interior and sandstone floors - the 16th-century structure was once a convent - fit in well with the local ambience. The 22 rooms are simply furnished but immaculate and spacious; a few have great views...
Hotel Aux Trois Roses
Just across the Ill from the Grande Île, this 32-room hotel has clean and serviceable rooms that are small and subdued. Not a great option if you think you will be spending lots of time in your room...
Hotel Le Vignoble
Housed in a beautifully converted 18th-century barn, this hotel has comfortable wood-beamed rooms in fresh lemon and lime hues. It’s well situated in the village centre.
For a dose of old-fashioned romance, check into this 17th-century half-timbered pile. A spiral staircase leads up to spacious rooms in pretty pastels, some with wooden beams. The elegantly rustic restaurant serves classic French and Alsatian cuisine.
Hôtel Le Colmar
Sandwiched between Petite France and the train station, this central, no-frills hotel is a bargain. The high-ceilinged rooms are bright, clean and generously proportioned, though some beds are so springy they are borderline trampoline...
Hotel Le Grillon
Unpretentious and a bit idiosyncratic (who put that fake palm tree in the lobby?), this two-star hotel - the name means 'cricket' - has 71 reasonably priced rooms. Furnishings are practical and modern, with lots of real and simulated wood...
Although the walls are paper-thin and dorms bare-bones – some smelling of eau de damp socks – this hostel is reasonably central and good value. Light sleepers beware: it's popular among night-active school groups...
Zénitude Hôtel & Résidence Les Rives De La Fecht
Located at the beginning of the Alsace Wine Route, this residence is set in a small forest with views of the Vosges Mountains. Riquewihr and Colmar Exhibition Centre are a 10-minute drive away...
Best Western Monopole Métropole
Best Western Monopole Métropole is located just 400 metres from Strasbourg Train Station, next to La Petite France district. It offers contemporary accommodation with a minibar and free Wi-Fi...